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EA4 All PHP Options + OpCache question

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by keat63, Apr 20, 2017.

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  1. keat63

    keat63 Well-Known Member

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    I updated to EA4 last night and sure that I chose the package 'All PHP Options + OpCache'

    which states that it 'Contains Apache 2.4, PHP 7.0, PHP 5.5, PHP 5.6, and All PHP Opts '

    When i open EA4, it shows that my current installed verion 'Contains Apache 2.4, PHP 5.5, PHP 5.6, and PHP 7.0', giving the impression that it's the CPanel default..

    Doubting my own sanity, I went to provision 'All PHP Options + OpCache', but the message coming back is saying that there's no changes to be made, which gives the impression that I do actually have 'All PHP Options + OpCache'
     
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    Hello @keat63,

    This was brought up in the past as part of internal case EA-5262. It was determined that profiles are not mapped to 'Currently Installed Packages' because it's possible to customize the packages installed on the server outside of the selected profile. However, you can click on "View All Packages" if you'd like to see a list of all packages installed on the server. I encourage you to open a feature request if you'd like to see a change in how this is presented in Web Host Manager:

    Submit A Feature Request

    Thanks!
     
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    To be fair, it's highly unlikely that I will change this from here on.
    But thanks for clearing this up.
     
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